With less than a month before the highly anticipated February 18th release of B13 – Ultimatum, another official movie preview has been released! A whole 40 seconds longer than the first B13 Ultimatum trailer, this one practically puts its counterpart to shame as it is packed with way more excitement and jaw dropping moments than the first. If you have any doubts about the action level of this film or the physical performances of David Belle and Cyril Raffaelli wait until about 1:08 in the trailer. Then strap in and hold onto your seat. B13 – Ultimatum is going to be one wild ride.
The behind the scenes look at Banlieue 13 – Ultimatum concludes with this look at the last day of filming. In addition a SWAT team like assault with a hummer assisted brake in, this featurette also includes some of the most exciting clips from previous episodes; clips that are also sure to encompass the most exhilarating and breathtaking moments of the film. If you missed any of the action make sure to go thorough the archives of MisterParkour.com to check it all out. In addition to that you only have to wait for a little over a month for the cinematic release of the movie scheduled for February 18th.
After not appearing since Episode 7, David Belle has returned from his hiatus from the behind the scenes features of B13 – Ultimatum! And what a return it is! This time he and Cyril are doing a jump so big so that the crew had to implement safety equipment. Whether, though, David would actually need the cardboard landing zone to do the jump is still being debated.
What are the capabilities of the human body in terms of absorbing impact? In Parkour this is a very important question because it sets the physical limits with which Tracers can perform. Regardless of what you think those limits are, Ruslan Dzavadov has been working hard to redefine the common perception of the human capability, and he shows it off well with this huge jumped he performed in Tai Pei, Taiwan. Members of the international Parkour community will debate whether movements like these can be repeated frequently without injury, however, at MisterParkour.com we firmly believe that with the proper training the necessary physical tools develop to make moves like this very sustainable indeed.